Lemon Food Crayon


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Their tangy flavor can enhance the taste of various dishes and drinks, making them a popular ingredient in culinary creations.

Water, apple cider vinegar, salt, Agar-agar, natural lemon flavour, gluten free tamari, locust bean gum, lemon essential oil.
Contains: Soy

The Lemon Food Crayon is applied by sharpening shavings directly onto plates, desserts, or drinks when serving them. As the shavings come into contact with the food, they release the leon flavor, adding a fresh taste to the dishes.

Serving size
The recommended usage is 5 to 10 shavings per plate for larger servings. For smaller servings or drinks, 1 or 2 shavings should suffice.

Shelf life and storage
The Lemon Food Crayon has a shelf life of up to 12 months. Once the crayon is opened, it should be stored in the fridge to maintain freshness and quality.

Seafood: Lemon is often paired with various types of seafood, such as fish, shrimp, crab, and scallops. The acidity of lemon helps cut through the richness of the seafood, enhancing the overall flavor.

Chicken: Lemon complements the flavors of chicken, whether grilled, roasted, or cooked in a sauce. Lemon zest and juice can add a tangy and aromatic element to the dish.

Salads: Lemon-based dressings can add a refreshing and tangy dimension to salads. It works well with greens, vegetables, and even fruit salads.

Herbs: Lemon pairs well with a variety of herbs, such as parsley, thyme, dill, and basil. These herbs can enhance the freshness and complexity of a dish when combined with lemon.

Pasta: Lemon zest and juice can be added to pasta dishes to provide a zesty and citrusy kick. Lemon works particularly well with creamy pasta sauces.

Desserts: Lemon is commonly used in desserts like lemon bars, lemon tarts, and lemon cakes. Its acidity can balance out sweetness and provide a pleasant contrast.

Vegetables: Lemon can brighten up the flavors of cooked or roasted vegetables, such as broccoli, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts.

Grains: Lemon can be added to dishes featuring grains like quinoa, rice, and couscous to add a burst of flavor.

Beverages: Lemon is a classic addition to beverages like tea, water, and cocktails. It can provide a refreshing and invigorating taste.

Marinades and sauces: Lemon-based marinades and sauces can tenderize meats and add a zesty flavor profile. They’re particularly useful for grilling and roasting.